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ON OCTOBER 7, 1952

49107. Union Pacific Railroad Company.
49385. The New York Central Railroad Company.

ON DECEMBER 2, 1952

46853. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific RR Co. 48019. Union Pacific Railroad Co.

ON DECEMBER 30, 1952

48783. Isbrandtsen Company, Inc.

Cases Pertaining to Overtime Pay

ON OCTOBER 7, 1952

49193. Charles Hess.

ON OCTOBER 23, 1952

48049. Thomas M. Butler.

ON DECEMBER 1, 1952

47368. Alfred R. Perkins. 47621. Wilbert C. Horner. 47622. Charles W. Hoshal. 47663. Glenn I. Toney. 47710. Norman S. George. 47804. Wayne J. Dussinger. 48576. Bruce Kauffman, 47813. Lester P. Andrews. 47814. Alexander H. Beggs. 47815. James H. Bogardus. 47816. John E. Bonenfant. 47817. David Clyne. 47818. Roy DeBruyn. 47819. Fred Dorn. 47820. Paul H. Everest. 47821. Cyril J. Flannigan. 47822. Harry C. Gallagher. 47823. Ralph A. Gilligan. 47824. Frederick G. Goebel. 47825. Charles F. Hildebrand.

Tracy A. Hood. 47827. Rudolph O. Lange. 47828. John C. Leary. 47829. Raymond J. McMahon.

123 C. Cls.

47830. Franklin R. Nelson.
47831. Thomas E. Peters.
47832. Clarence R. Pickering.
47833. Ralph P. Pope.
47834. Charles E. Quigley.
47835. Harold O. Schelden.
47836. Edward F. Schock.
47837. Elroy W. Sherman.
47838. Charles E. Sutherland.
47839. Clinton J. Valuet.
47840. Lewis A. Westgate.
47841. Ray L. Willis.
47869. Justin R. McCartney.
47877. George V. Leazer.
47886. Homer J. Underwood.
47902. James G. Lutz,
48008. Francis B. Feldman,
48015. Lester S. Eddington.
48016. Harry A. Gordon.
48017. Cecil 0. Haynes.
48 18. George L. Lackey.
48233. Allan A. Madison.
48553. John Olson.

883

Cases Pertaining to Suit for Salary

ON SEPTEMBER 22, 1952

49330. Nathaniel G. Sherouse.

Cases Pertaining to Requisition of Property

ON SEPTEMBER 2, 1952

49483. Sword Line, Inc., doing business as Sword Line, Inc., Debtor

in Possession.

ON OCTOBER 20, 1952

49024. Chase Bag Co.

Miscellaneous

ON JULY 15, 1952

50472. Henry River Mills Company.

REPORT OF DECISIONS

OF

THE SUPREME COURT

IN COURT OF CLAIMS CASES

ALBERT WILLIAMS JOHNSON, PETITIONER, v.

THE UNITED STATES

[No. 48520)

[122 C. Cls. 100; 344 U. S. 839) Right to salary of Federal Judge who had resigned and, to prevent impeachment, had renounced his right to salary. Petition dismissed.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court October 13, 1952.

HARRY W. SIMPSON, ET AL., PETITIONERS, v.

THE UNITED STATES

(No. 49203]
(121 C. Cls. 506; 344 U. 8. 816]

Suit under War Contracts Hardship Claims Act; defendant's motion for summary judgment granted. Petition dismissed.

Plantiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court October 13, 1952.

FRED PALMER, PETITIONER, v. THE UNITED

STATES

(No. 49944)

[121 C. Cls. 415; 344 U. S. 842] Suit for salary; Government employee, with veterans preference, discharged after proper procedure. Petition dismissed.

123 C. Cls.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court October 13, 1952.

FURMAN GULICK SPENCER, PETITIONER, v. THE

UNITED STATES

[No. 49438]
[121 C. Cls. 558; 344 U. S. 828]

Pay and allowances; disability retirement of Reserve Army officer; decision of retirement board approved by Secretary of War not final. Petition dismissed.

Plaintiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supeme Court October 13, 1952.

ARTHUR G. GAGE, PETITIONER, v. THE UNITED

STATES

(No. 49461)
(122 C. Cls. 160; 344 U. S. 829]

Patents; suit for infringement; statute of limitations. Petition dismissed.

Plantiff's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court October 13, 1952.

Rehearing denied by the Supreme Court November 24, 1952.

THE UNITED STATES, PETITIONER, v. GEORGE J.

SCHAEFER AND HERMAN ROBBINS

[No. 49100)
(121 C. Cls. 869; 344 U. S. 854]

Requisition of private yacht in time of war; just compensation. Judgment for plaintiffs.

Defendant's petition for writ of certiorari denied by the Supreme Court October 20, 1952.

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